This involves drawing on different theoretical methods to develop the best treatment plan for each individual client.
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Throughout the book, author Andrew M. Pomerantz explores clinical assessment, psychotherapy, ethical and professional issues, current controversies, and specialized topics in a scholarly, yet fascinating, easy-to-read style. Value-priced and packed with clinical examples, the Fourth Edition offers more coverage of cultural/diversity issues in clinical psychology than any other text for the course, as well as thorough coverage of recent, prominent developments in psychotherapy and clinical assessment. New topics, new pedagogy, expanded discussions of ethics, and hundreds of new references published since 2014 make this a resource students will keep and refer to throughout their professional lives.
The Clinical Program has an outstanding placement record. Of all students graduating since 2004, nearly all (90%) are in positions in which they function as clinical scientists (., academic or research position, research post-docs, clinical settings that involve research and/or the provision and dissemination of evidence-based approaches to treatment).
“I’m passionate about aiding students as they grow in their relationship with Christ and the church at the same time that they develop as Christian clinicians—helping them integrate their ‘head knowledge’ and their ‘heart knowledge.’” As chair of integration, Dr. Strawn brings a rich blend of experience in teaching, research, and spiritual formation leadership that he draws upon in helping his students understand and embody integration.
An interesting challenge with all of my cases is that a successful engagement and outcome with the patient results in the eventual termination of our therapeutic relationship. If I do my job well, I actually work myself out of a successful and rewarding business opportunity.